Original – delicious on its own, in cereals and in cooking, in baking and just pretty much anything you want to add some va va voom to

Barista – the perfect pick-me-up for your hot teas and coffees, as well as your iced teas and lattes…whatever rocks your boat really

Dairy Free Milk Supplier

The Good Pea Co. Original is proof that nutritious can be delicious, and planet-friendly! It’s healthy & creamy and each serving is packed with 8 x more protein than its nut milk counterparts and 2 x calcium of cow’s milk. With added vitamins B12, D and Iodine, it’s nutritious for you and your family and the best part is that you can feel good drinking it because you’re doing your part for the planet.

It’s great over cereal, poured in a glass and in cooking your favourite recipes.

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Dairy Free Milk Supplier

The Good Pea Co. Barista brings your favourite hot beverages to you, you can froth up that dalgona, steam up that hot chocolate and blend into that smoothie. Pour directly into your favourite teas and coffees and you’ll be ready for day!

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The Pea Revelation

Not green peas, no, no, we use the ferocious Yellow Split Pea and mouth-watering Coconut Cream, as this unique blend is not only super nutritious but also sustainable. Yellow Split Peas are also nutritionally dense; they are naturally high in protein and fibre, and are low in calories (bonussss!). Did you know? Field Peas are the only crop that provide an abundant, inexpensive and sustainable source of Nitrogen. Click below to find out how.

Carbon Footprint

Ok onto some serious stuff. In case you haven’t noticed, at The Good Pea Co., we take Climate change very seriously. We know that a combined climate-carbon crisis is estimated to claim 100 million lives between now and the end of the next decade. In the UK in 2009, 10% of energy demand came from industry and globally in 2008, 52% of energy demand came from industry, including the Food and Beverage sector. Peas fix nitrogen by taking it from the air and convert it to a usable fertiliser. With the reduction in applied nitrogen, fertiliser run-off can be reduced keeping our waterways, lakes and oceans cleaner. I mean, can someone create a superhero cape for the ferocious Yellow Pea?